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Shopping at the open source mall...with Optaros as your guide

Optaros just launched its Enterprise Open Source Directory, which provides an excellent way to quickly review the latest and greatest open source software.

By July 10, 2007

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The open-source imperative for system integrators

Source code may not be useful to many people, but it is critical to system integrators like Optaros.

By August 7, 2009

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Nestle scales Nepresso delivery with MuleSource

Open source delivers cost and flexibility benefits, as Nespresso found after enlisting MuleSource and Optaros to help it define and implement a new middleware architecture.

By January 27, 2009

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Optaros signs on open-source middleware

The consulting group said it will use LogicBlaze middleware for its services-oriented architecture practice.

By April 24, 2006

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Try doing this with proprietary software

Open source breaks down walls to collaboration by putting code front-and-center.

By June 3, 2008

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Innovative content management: Alfresco Content Excellence Awards announced

Who is doing most with Alfresco? The larger question is why anyone would bother using a closed platform for development anymore.

By February 27, 2008

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Enterprises saving millions of dollars with open source

Can companies save big with open source? Of course. The question is whether they can also get superior performance and ease of use. Increasingly, the answer is becoming "yes."

By September 3, 2007

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Red Hat sued over JBoss technology

Company gets hit by a patent lawsuit related to JBoss, just weeks after completing its purchase of the open-source software company.

By June 30, 2006

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Red Hat and JBoss: No turning back for open source

Red Hat's $350 million purchase of JBoss speeds up the collision between the once closed-off open-source world and entrenched software heavyweights.

By April 10, 2006